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Aircraft ground handling
Aircraft ground handling Aircraft Ground Handling includes all the services with ...
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Aircraft engine
Aircraft engine To meet Wikipedia's quality standards ... or section may require cleanup. The term aircraft engine, for the purposes of this article ... and rotary internal combustion engines used in aircraft. Jet engines and turboprops are the other ... Tradeoffs Because of the complexities of flight, aircraft engines need to satisfy several requirements to ... overcome the weight and drag of the aircraft. reliable, as losing power in an ...
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Argos (aircraft carrier)   (translated from Japanese)
Argos (aircraft carrier) Argos The Argos 1920 age latter ... 1918 September 16th Demilitarization Compendium Ship classifications aircraft carrier Warship class - Displacement 14,450 t ... machines < /table> Argos (Argus) With Royal Navy aircraft carrier . First Glasgow passenger boat continuity ロッソ ... Navy and it was built as the aircraft carrier. At the time of designing it ... not provide the structure with "of Fury ground" of front class and "ヴィンディクティブ" on ...
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... of notable accidents and incidents on commercial aircraft
... of notable accidents and incidents on commercial aircraft Accidents and incidents on commercial aircraft grouped by the year that the incident ... complete! For more exhaustive lists, see the Aircraft Crash Record Office or the Air Safety ... 13 passengers, and one member of the ground crew were killed. 1945 July 12 – ... 26 – A BOAC 4-engined Hermes aircraft with 10 passengers onboard, crash-landed ...
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User:Cfpresley/USAFhist
... humankind. This chapter examines the development of ground-based air power. Figure 18.2 outlines ... were schooled in the rudiments of fabric handling, folding, and stitching; in the manufacturing of ... innovative, early crews often had to rebuild aircraft from the ground up after every crash—and, in those early ... not until the summer of 1909 that aircraft testing resumed. The Signal Corps formally ...
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User:Cfpresley/History of the United States Air Force
... humankind. This chapter examines the development of ground-based air power. Figure 18.2 outlines ... were schooled in the rudiments of fabric handling, folding, and stitching; in the manufacturing of ... innovative, early crews often had to rebuild aircraft from the ground up after every crash—and, in those early ... not until the summer of 1909 that aircraft testing resumed. The Signal Corps formally ...
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User:Cfpresley
... humankind. This chapter examines the development of ground-based air power. Figure 18.2 outlines ... were schooled in the rudiments of fabric handling, folding, and stitching; in the manufacturing of ... innovative, early crews often had to rebuild aircraft from the ground up after every crash—and, in those early ... not until the summer of 1909 that aircraft testing resumed. The Signal Corps formally ...
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User:Aarky/ADS-B
... ADS-B) is a function on an aircraft or a surface vehicle that periodically broadcasts ... approaches Reduced spacing on final approach Reduced aircraft separations Enhanced operations in high altitude airspace ... assembly functions at the receiving vehicle or ground system. The source of the state vector ... measures the range and bearing of an aircraft. Bearing is measured by the position of ... a response to its interrogation from the aircraft, and range is measured by the ...
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Hong Kong International Airport
... around-the-clock and is capable of handling 45 million passengers and three million tonnes ... control services, certification of Hong Kong registered aircraft, monitoring of airlines on their compliance with ... to cater to the next generation of aircraft. The south runway has been given a ... have an ultimate capacity of over 60 aircraft movements an hour. At present there are ... the arrivals of the next generation of aircraft. The airport is the third busiest ...
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Rafic Hariri International Airport
... attack on the airport and destroyed 13 aircraft belonging to the Lebanese carriers, Middle East ... especially if Beirut was to see large aircraft like the upcoming Airbus A380. A new ... the city to improve safety and reduce aircraft noise. A new take-off runway was ... which are dual jetway gates for large aircraft. The terminal consists of two wings joined ... 3 are dual jetway gates for large aircraft. Gates 4 and 22 are bus ...
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